- Mobile Phones
Tuesday, 30 Dec 2014
HTC released a teaser on Weibo stating that it would be holding a press event on January 5 (U.S time zone). The teaser hints that the company is announcing something new from the Desire lineup.
If rumors are true, the OnePlus Two smartphone will sport a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 quad-core processor running at 2.7GHz, a 5.5-inch 1080p display, 3GB RAM, and a 16MP camera.
Monday, 29 Dec 2014
According to industry insiders, LG intends to supply more than 10 million 5-inch full HD panels to Xiaomi in 2015.
Friday, 26 Dec 2014
An Apple analyst claims that Apple may be working on a new 4-inch iPhone model for release in 2015. This device could potentially replace the current iPhone 5S and 5C in Apple's smartphone portfolio.
Wednesday, 24 Dec 2014
HTC's upcoming Android flagship smartphone is shaping up to be a powerhouse yet again if information provided by upleaks is to be believed. Hit the link to find out more.
ASUS posted a teaser on its Facebook page where it shows off an upcoming ZenFone with a dual-camera setup similar to the HTC One (M8). (Update: A new teaser video appears to show a huge rear button on the rear of the phone.)
Thursday, 18 Dec 2014
The Typo2 is a case for your iPhone 6 with a built-in BlackBerry style QWERTY keyboard. The second version of the Typo has a new key layout that more closely matches the layout of a desktop computer keyboard, as well as the iOS virtual keyboard. The shape of the keys has also been re-designed, and the four most commonly used keys: alt, backspace, enter and the apple "home" key have been increased in size.
BlackBerry officially launched the BlackBerry Classic smartphone in Singapore today. As the name suggests, the Classic is a return to older BlackBerry models like the BlackBerry Bold 9900, and sports BlackBerry's signature QWERTY physical keyboard and physical navigation keys.
Wednesday, 17 Dec 2014
Having issues with the NFC or the optical image stabilization on your new iPhone? According to a report by 9to5mac, your accessories may be the cause of your problem.
Tuesday, 16 Dec 2014
According to a regulatory filing made to the Shenzhen Stock Exchange, Xiaomi generated profits of just US$56 million last year.